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Slot tournament raises money for nonprofit

Posted at 8:48 AM, Sep 30, 2015

Several local celebrities and media personalities participated in a charity slot tournament on Tuesday at the annual gaming expo.

The slot tournament was sponsored by Everi Games and 20 people competed, including local performers Carrot Top, George Wallace and Jaymes Vaughan. Good Morning Las Vegas anchor Beth Fisher also participated.

There were two rounds and then the winners of each round competed for $10,000 for their selected charity.

Beth Fisher won her round and went on to compete in the final. She was beat in that round by Steve Burke, editor of Indian Gaming Magazine.

Beth was playing for Refuge for Women, a Christian organization that helps women get out of the sex trafficking business.

Each participant received $1,000 for their charity. Watch the video below for more, including interviews with local celebrities.


G2E charity slot tournament with celebrities Carrot Top, Robin Leach, Ricardo Laguna, Mix 94.1, Mike O'Brian, George Wallace, Jaymes Vaughan, Dirk Vermin, Kerry Degman, Chef Rick Moonen, Mat Franco Magician, 98.5 KLUC, Monica O Jackson, Lisa Song, Save A Warrior

Posted by Beth Fisher on Tuesday, September 29, 2015